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from california is jessica, and the adorable duo pictured in the photos, beau and theo. good morning to awful you. >> good morning. >> now, these images that we were just showing, which are adorable -- yes, good morning there baby. they are adorable. you started posting them on your instagram. explain how you would photograph these. would beau go to sleep first or what? >> yeah. beau generally -- i rock him to sleep during his nap time and he'll fall asleep and theo will come and wait at the end of the bed for beau to be put down and me to help him up on the bed. when he goes to sleep, then theo plops down on top of him. what's happening with your son and the dog right now? >> they're fighting like toddlers. >> you know what's funny, we're look at that now, they act like twins and brothers than dog and man. >> that's how they always act, which is interesting because twins are naturally drawn to each other, too. >> if you want to put one down, go ahead. >> okay. there you go. >> leave that one. put the other one down. i'm just kidding. can i point something out? >> we want theo. >> i
lebeau. >> both sides today are digging in. saying they do not plan ongoing back to the negotiating table. here's the contract that the machinists union, about 31,000 members, rejected. 67% voted no to a new eight year contract. the members unwilling to change the pension. again, that deal would have stretched through 2024. after the vote, here's what one union member said when asked about the possibility that this no could send the 77x somewhere else. >> if they choose to take the 777x down the path they take the 787 and commit corporate suicide, it's their business, not ours. >> boeing is actively talking with citying around the country about the 777x plant. it expects to bring several thousand jobs to where the plane is built. they would last well past 2030. five cities to think about. there are a number of other cities that aren't being mentioned. salt lake city, huntsville, long beach. they've all been mentioned as potential sites. real quick, maria, if you take a look at shares of boeing, they surged to an all time high today. past $135 a share. clearly investors are betting t
for a good reason. that's beau from santa cruz. the dog took this is young member of the family. the favorite thing to do nap time. about two hours daily and apparently it can't separate these two. cute. >>> coming up on kpix 5, it's back to the bargaining table for bart and its unions. two sides separated by a provision management said could cost millions of dollars. >> reporter: and traffic is finally getting back to normal in oakland after a nasty double fatal crash. i'm kiet do. we have a live report coming up. ings are simply better at home. like the enticing aroma and distinctive taste of nespresso. elegant capsules meet masterfully crafted machines, and one touch creates the perfect coffee, cappuccino, and latte. ♪ tempt all your senses with one extraordinary coffee. [ penélope cruz ] nespresso. what else? [ male announcer ] discover the world of nespresso you got to love the weekend. it's like everyone came to, "if it's good, let's save it for the weekend." so here's to the kfc ten buck weekend bucket. ten pieces, ten bucks. any recipe. just ten bucks every saturday and sunday. tod
beating the streets by a penny. company's delivery numbers were lower than expect. phil lebeau joins us. >> reporter: this is a third quarter where they reported better as their own guidance but not as good as any were expecting. you mentioned delivery. for the third quarter they delivered 5,500 model s, some were talking about 5,700 or 5,800. there was some of the disappointment. the gross margin, however, at 21% is a little higher than most on wall street were expecting and now they're planning to deliver 21,500 this year. and deliveries are being increased to europe and to a certain extent pulling back a bit in terms of delivering here in the u.s. what about china, who many view as a great growth market? that will start in the first quarter of next year and already elon musk is saying they're seeing great interest -- they're more on the supply side than on the demand side. >> we're supply constrained not demand constrained. we're working hard to address the construction constraint. the thing that people quite don't get is we're different in that fundamental way from other car compani
. >> we are getting numbers on auto sales. chrysler already came out with a miss. phil lebeau has ford numbers. >> reporter: these are slightly below the estimate, overall ford for the month of october, an increase of sales of 14%. again, the street was expecting 15.5%. a couple of numbers stand out here. the best retail sales for the month of october since 2004. we usually don't focus on just one month. that is interesting. best retail sales since 2004. the f-series, it continues to be just incredible. up 63,000 in terms of total sales, up 13% for the month. that is the sixth straight month with f-series sales of greater than 60,000. guys back to you. >> phil, thank you for that. >> the stock does anything. >> i was going to ask you, you know, we've seen some of the whole sale inventory numbers showing stockpiling at auto dealers. some of the loans are stretched out. >> gm stories there about no deals, deals, i think if you don't offer these deals, you got to stay on that treadmill. these stocks have stalled. i don't know why. i'm saying that it's not as easy because europe is turning
the industry. phil lebeau is in mexico with carlos goen. phil, over to you. >> reporter: thank you, kelly. we have a busy day in new york, and also a busy day here in mexico. and carlos is joining me, chairman of nissan-renault. a lot of the plant here, why now? >> yes, we're already here. >> correct. >> we have a plant that's full. 175,000 cars a year capacity, capable of doing four cars. but it will be filled with one car, the central behind me, demand is strong in the united states, and very strong, also, in mexico. little by little, mexico is becoming an export hub for the americas. >> the weaker yen. obviously, you're more diversified than many of the japanese counterparts around the world. how much has it benefited you? does it make it a little -- put less pressure on you to diversify the base even more? >> no, i said when the end was 75 or 76, we need to hit 100 in order to -- for the end to be neutral. we're there. i think it's neutral for the moment. i don't think there's an advantage. i don't think there is a handicap. we are much more diversified than our competitors in japan. we f
happy. >>> some walmart workers and their supporters protesting low wages today. phil lebeau joins us with more. >> reporter: behind me about 75 people protesting low wages at walmart. we asked these people how many of you actually work for walmart? we found 3 people of the 75 who actually work for walmart. brings up the question why are these people protesting at this walmart and supposedly 15 wall marts around the country. they believe they should be bringing the minimum wage up to $12.50 an hour. in their words, that's the right way to help the workers earn more. >> it's about the choice that the company makes. at the end of the day, it is not fair that we as american taxpayers have to add to the bottom line of the most profitable company in america. we're talking about the world's largest employer. they can, indeed, afford to pay higher wages. >>> and again, the minimum wage for walmart workers is $8.80. it's a number of groups coming together, calling themselves jobs for justice. walmart has 1.4 million employees in the u.s. and the ceo says they do pay higher than most other ret
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